Kourtney Kardashian Poses for Mirror Selfie in Skin-Baring Black Halter Dress

Kourtney Kardashian is rocking a sexy take on the little black dress.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star posted a mirror selfie on Instagram Tuesday, wearing a skin-baring black halter dress that featured a large cutout on her torso.

Kourtney, 41, captioned the photo with a simple "Hi 🕶"

The closet mirror selfie has become somewhat of a Kourtney classic.

Last month, the reality star showed some skin in a selfie from the same spot, posing on her knees on the floor of her bedroom closet wearing the fiery red SKIMS Fits Everybody Scoop Neck Bra and the barely-there SKIMS Fits Everybody Micro Thong, which sold out quickly after launching on Valentine's Day. She accessorized with an edgy skull and crossbones necklace.

"Since I wasn't invited to the sister shoot …" she wrote, poking fun at her sisters for not inviting her to Kim Kardashian's Valentine's Day SKIMS campaign with sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner. 

A few days earlier, the Poosh founder gave a glimpse into her romantic Valentine's Day with former Blink-182 drummer and new boyfriend Travis Barker when she posed in front of the mirror in revealing red La Perla lingerie.

Kourtney spent the holiday with Barker, 45, whom she started dating recently after years of friendship. The couple shared matching photos of a crackling fireplace, both on their Instagram Stories.

Two days after their Valentine's Day celebrations, Kourtney and Barker made their relationship public on social media. The mom of three shared a photo of the couple's hands clasped together on Instagram. While she didn't add a caption to the image, Barker shared the post on his Instagram Stories.

A source previously told PEOPLE that Barker has been crushing on Kourtney "for a long time."

"He's liked her for a long time and she just got more open to the idea. He's a good guy and a really great dad," the source told PEOPLE. "Her family and friends all really like him. Their kids all get along too, which is sweet."

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